The January transfer window is fast approaching and we are expecting a lot of movement around the Premier League and in the transfer market; One player who is expected to move on, on loan or permanently, is Manchester United’s Jesse Lingard.
Jesse Lingard has long been the subject of Manchester United’s withdrawal and it looks like it will stay that way until the player moves from Old Trafford to another club.
Most recently, the team that was linked with the possible transfer of Lingard was in for a bit of a shock, as Real Madrid are said to be weighing the option of bringing him to the Spanish capital.
This could create a big problem for United, who are looking to profit from the sale of academy products. Lingard is in the final year of his current contract and will be allowed to talk to clubs outside of England in January and could agree a deal in advance before finally leaving for free in the summer of next year. after.
However, for their dream of moving to Los Blancos to happen, they first need to secure the sale of Isco. For a time, the Spaniard, like English Lingard, was banned from being picked from the team and became a key player for them.
Manchester United will have a lot of offers for Jesse Lingard
The team that is said to be very interested in the addition of Isco is also the team closely linked with the acquisition of Lingard, as they are looking for a creative midfielder with the qualities of the aforementioned pair.
Manchester United could be dealt a blow by Real Madrid if the La Liga side sell playmaker Isco to West Ham before the Red Devils can negotiate a move for Jesse Lingard.
The Hammers are said to be interested in signing Isco despite attempts to re-sign ex Lingard in the summer.
Sell him [Jesse Lingard] in January will at least secure some cash that will go into helping new interim head coach Ralf Rangnick begin the process of rebuilding the club. (Through the: express.co.uk)
If hammer withdrawing the deal for Isco, Lingard’s arrival in London would be fatal, but then would ultimately open the door for the United man to move to Spain and join Real Madrid for free – a deal they are certain of Will definitely invite if they try. to secure big deals for Kylian Mbappe and Erling Haaland – if rumors are to be believed.
Jesse Lingard is yet to play in the Premier League for Manchester United but have started two games this season: one in the Champions League and the other in the EFL Cup. Overall, he’s made 11 appearances this season and we’re halfway through the term.
He is looking to leave the club as early as January, in order to compete for a spot in Gareth Southgate’s 2022 World Cup squad. Alongside the interests of Madrid and West Ham are Newcastle United and Inter Milan.
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